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Old 09-11-2020, 02:00 PM   #1
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Was looking into getting a Graco GX19 to fill the void between my Fuji Q4 Hvlp, Graco hand held and Titan 440. I want something that I can do the occasional cabinet job and not have to dilute for example Emerald w/urethane to run through the Fuji. I first saw the GX19 thinking that would be great, gravity fed, no dilution, easy clean. Then came across the Titan ED655, about the same thing except not a piston but diaphragm. Would also use for trim, garage doors or multiple doors. Looking for any input. Not much for info on the Titan ED655.
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Old 09-11-2020, 04:42 PM   #2
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I do have to wonder about the move back to diaphram pumps.
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ED655 for the win. I have three. They are awesome for all things small. Garage door with 25'. Cabinets with 25-75. But that's a little long for anything else.
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Old 09-12-2020, 02:31 AM   #4
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Ed655 2 of em here! One for clears and one for colors.


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Thanks for reply. What do you mean by "Cabinets with 25-75"?
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Thanks for reply. What do you mean by "Cabinets with 25-75"?
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Ya, I figured that out just after I posted the question.
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Well I got the Titan ED655 sprayer. Used it to spray some Solo on trim before painting walls, nice not much for overspray. Next will be spraying kitchen cabinets. Still takes some time to clean up, but much easier that the 440.
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